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was sent there in 2005, in afghanistan. i found out later that he's hiding in pakistan. we need to support our military, our families and don't forget our gold star, honor and remember. >> agree with you 100%. you know how we can support them even more? is there any money wasted? you walk down this building. i believe in education. you know my background. i don't come from wealth. i came from a small school, put my own way through. i started a company, my own job at 19. i took the risk. >> are you saying the military is wealthy? >> no. listen to my point. you go down to the department of education building, the average salary there is over $100,000. what if that money was sent to the classroom instead of down the street? you agree? so how much money is spent in that pentagon and not on the frontline? >> exactly. >> that is what i'm talking about. eliminate that. more importantly, i live in california, okay. i see companies everyday leave my state because of my taxes. there's 37 million people in my state, 12% of the nation. 32% of the nation's welfare lives in my state. 25% of the budget f
pregnant her husband was killed in afghanistan. this ad just disgusts me. so many military overseas are fighting for this country. and our children need to be taken care of. >> that puts a false premise it is not daniel versus cuts. our country spends so much on programs we don't need. >> first thing i want to say is, i'm sorry for your loss. everyone here is sorry for your loss. and we understand what you are going through. >> what kind of country that we are in such a situation that you can throw a baby anybody's baby up and say without government this baby is going to be in a terrible situation? that's a horrible place for our country. >> sean get. >> sean: questions. i think we hit a lot of good points. i too echo your sentiment we are sorry for this woman's loss. very quick questions. show of hands, would anybody vote for a politician that said they would raise taxes and spend more money, yes or no? >> who would vote for a candidate who would raise taxes? only one out of 27. >> sean: and spend more money? >> who would vote for a candidate who wants to spend more money? separate
are in savings from pulling back from surge levels in afghanistan and iraq. a lot of concerns about the reid bill that they could never get 60 votes. what really will happen is a negotiation, a compromise that we will likely see tomorrow and it will be put on the shell of the boehner bill that still is a lie that -- that is tabled but still there and then somehow manage to get 60 votes on that one would think and send it back to the house in that form. >> sean: what is interesting about that when they send it back to the house i would assume because it was so difficult to get the republicans onboard the boehner bill, took the extra day, creating more savings and then, of course, adding the balanced budget provision late yesterday so the vote could take place today, i would assume that the speaker would lose a lot of votes and would be then on democrats to pass what would be the reid mcconnell bill. >> bret: and probably some more boehner factors in there. try to merge one would think the reid, mcconnell and boehner bills. there will not be the balanced budget amendment because democrats would not
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